We all have different ways of using our tablets. Some doodle with their fingers, while others scrawl things out with a stylus. If you prefer to use a utensil, then having the proper stylus can make a difference in how you write, draw, or play games. Most styluses have a rubber hald ball on the end, which doesn’t really tell you where you’re going to touch, or how big the line is going to be.
The Jot Mini is about as close to a ball point pen as you can get with using a touchscreen. It has a “precision disc” that will give you up to a 45 degree writing angle, and will let you see exactly where the line will be made. It has a built in clip so it won’t get lost in your pocket, and has a cap that will protect the writing implement’s tip while it’s not in use. This little thing will cost about $22, which is about on par with most other tools of this nature. This comes in green, purple, red, and turquoise (sadly no black, silver or white).